Swifting Up – 5 interiors relating to a Taylor Swift Song
Some love her, and others love to hate her – but the queen of country pop remains untouchable. Taylor Swift has made herself one of the Queen B’s of the music industry since her humble beginnings, and today’s article is going to be a tribute to all the hard work, and all the catchy songs that she has bestowed upon us. From twined up Love Story to the latest 1989, Tayler has had quite a few songs that have touched people’s hearts over the years. She writes from the heart, and it show in her music. Relating interior designs to her songs can be a challenging task, but we have a wide variety to choose from, and an even wider interior collection to select from, so I think we can manage. Her journey began with a melancholy sort of country scheme, and is now a techno block buster, so we will try to keep the list in that order while choosing some of her most iconic, universal hits all over the world. So without further ado, let us take a look at the relative interior scapes of Taylor’s song genre and enjoy the ride.
1. Love Story
The very beginnings of her career were defined by this iconic song, and it has a distinctly rich country undertones layered up with classical mischief – a perfect counterpart to this gold brown interior – not only is it charmingly filigreed, it has that beautiful allure that was a young Tayler at 17.
2. Speak Now
Speak Now was miles away from her songs at the beginning of her career and had that playful layer that just got you swaying to the beat no matter what. This interior is a perfect counterpart to Speak Now – mostly because its disjointed, quirky lines fall in tandem with the beat of Taylers second album in a very relative way.
3. Teardrops on My Guitar
One of Tayler’s oldies, this song has a bit of a melancholy vibe, but still resonates true to the heart – much like this interior, which uses a juxtaposition of dull themes and bright lighting to adhere to an individual’s aesthetic tendencies.
4. Blank Space
The smash hit from Swift’s latest 1989 album, Blank Space takes on a more techno, vibrant vibe that is catchy enough to get even the most notorious of haters to nod along to the beat. Similarly, this interior takes an uncanny combination of colors to create an alluringly retro ambiance that just sticks to the eye.
5. Wildest Dreams
Another one from the 1989 playlist, Wildest Dreams takes Tayler back to her roots in a more adult fashion – woodsy, beautiful and beautifully poignant. This interior matches the Wildest Dream palate by juxtaposing a counter contrasting palate in the most beautiful of ways.